The nurse told me it could have been delayed shock
that brought him early.
"The next day I woke Max up for school, he came down crying and I think he got a bit of delayed shock
. I wasn't going to make him go to school that day so he took the day off and we had lots of cuddles."
It's delayed shock
. She's finding it difficult to work.
Dennis said when he got home to Bridport Grove in Hemlington he was "shaking like a leaf" with delayed shock
"He was known to have a bit of a temper but his letters don't show him as that kind of person so you wonder if he suffered some delayed shock
. My mum was always told, 'Don't speak about the war to your dad'."
"But next day, I was very ill - it was delayed shock
"After seeing the pictures of Tony, I was in delayed shock
and had a tear in my eye.
In 2005 Fiona was named Australian of the Year following her work with the burns team at Royal Perth Hospital who fought to save 28 Bali bombing victims suffering between 2 and 92 per cent body burns, infections and delayed shock
She added: "I was OK when it happened but now I feel so jittery - I think it must be delayed shock
Country lane "It was just a bit of delayed shock
, but I've been struggling a bit since then.
Now it moved close to the center of his work and did so at a time when others, too, chose to register the delayed shock
of the Holocaust, What followed was Incident at Vichy, and Broken Glass, works explored by Gene A.
Both moves highlight the delayed shock
that has hit the GCC region since the onslaught of the financial crisis.